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Fire in the South poses existential threat to the nation

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Perhaps one day there will be a monument to all the brave teachers who sacrificed their lives trying to keep alive the light of education in Thailand's strife-ridden southern provinces. 

Violence returns to Ban Tanyong School in Narathiwat’sBacho district. In 2008, two buildings at theschool werereduced to ruins in an arson attack. Earlier this month, Chonlathee Charoenchol, a teacher, wasshot dead in front of his students during lunch.

But who could blame a teacher for not wanting to teach there now?

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